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TVS Jupiter Latest Updates

TVS Motor has ended the series production of its scooter, the Jupiter Grande. With its discontinuation, TVS has equipped a few of those features on to the ZX variant. The new prices of the ZX variant are Rs 56,093 for the drum brakes option while the front disc brake option is now priced at Rs 58,645. You now pay only Rs 157 more for the drum option but the disc option is Rs 1005 more affordable than its corresponding trims of the Grande. All prices ex-showroom Delhi. The new ZX variant now gets LED headlamp, a semi-digital information console and preload-adjustable monoshock. There are also not-so-significant visual elements like diamond-cut alloy wheels, cross-stitched maroon seat, body-coloured pillion grab handle and small chromium bits on the front mudguard and side body panels.

TVS Jupiter Price

TVS Jupiter prices start at Rs. 52,645 (Ex-Showroom) and the top end variant TVS Jupiter ZX Disc is priced at Rs. 59,695 (Ex-Showroom). TVS Jupiter is available in 4 variants and 11 colours.

Jupiter Variants Price List

Jupiter Drum Self and Alloy
109 cc | 62 kmpl
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Jupiter ZX
109 cc | 62 kmpl
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Jupiter Classic Edition
109 cc | 62 kmpl
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Editor's View of TVS Jupiter

  • Upside

    External fuel filler cap, Comfortable ride, Competitive pricing, Stable handler

  • Downside

    Bland styling, Engine isn’t as refined as its Japanese counterparts, Seat cushion is too soft

  • Our Verdict

    A great automatic scooter with telescopic forks, 12 inch wheels and a long list of features, the TVS Jupiter has good low and mid-range grunt too and makes the daily commute effortless and is offered at great value also.

TVS Jupiter Colours

  • Starlight Blue
  • Royal Wine
  • Sunlit Ivory
  • Walnut Brown
  • Volcano Red
  • Titanium Grey
  • Matte Silver
  • Pristine White
  • Mystic Gold
  • Midnight Black
  • Matte Blue

TVS Jupiter Highlights


The Jupiter gets a 109.7cc air-cooled motor which makes 8PS of power and 8Nm of torque. It features a telescopic fork setup up front and gas-charged rear monoshock, riding on 12-inch alloys. The performance of the 130mm drum brake at both ends are enhanced by Sync brake system, which is essentially a combined braking system. You also get a front disc as an option in the premium variants like ZX, Grande and Classic edition. Fuel tank capacity stands at 5 litres while the scooter tips the scales at 107kg, kerb.

Design and Features

The Jupiter’s smooth design lines and its overall large proportions will appeal to young and mature audiences alike. Notable features of the Jupiter include an external fuel filler, standard alloy wheels for all variants, pass beam switch and econometer. There is an optional underseat mobile phone charging socket on offer as well. The scooter comes in Midnight Black, Matte Silver, Pristine White, Mystic Gold, Volcano Red, Matte Blue, Titanium Grey and Walnut Brown for the basic variant. The ZX version (disc and drum) is available in Stallion Brown and Royal Wine. For the Classic Edition, two colours are available: Autumn Brown and Sunlit Ivory. The Grande edition is available only in Starlight Blue. With such variety of colours, the Jupiter is quite appealing for people with a variety of tastes.


Honda Activa 5G: The Activa remains the highest-selling scooter in the country, consistently. Buyers often perceive the Activa to be a safer bet when it comes to reliability, refinement and mileage. The latest-gen scooter features LED headlamp and analogue-digital combo cluster (only in the DLX variant).

Hero Maestro Edge: The Maestro Edge is the first scooter to be indigenously designed and developed by Hero after the brand parted ways with Honda. Its sharp styling and fancy graphics make it an ideal choice to consider for young buyers. Hero’s humongous network reach helps in hassle-free maintenance of the scooter in the long run.

Yamaha Alpha: The Yamaha Alpha looks relatively sober compared to the Ray range of scooters and the Fascino. Its light kerb weight of just 102kg (disc variant) makes it one of the most nimble scooters in the segment. Instrumentation is fully digital, and for added practicality, the Alpha comes with a generous 21 litres of underseat storage.


The TVS Jupiter is the Honda Activa's biggest rival. It offers a lot more features and variety (in the form of variants) than the Activa, thus making it a very sound proposition for those who want a reliable, no-nonsense scooter. The frugal engine, comfortable ride quality and the fact that it is cheaper than the Honda Activa despite offering much more make it our pick as the best 110cc scooter on sale.

TVS Jupiter User Reviews

4.1 /5
326 Rating & 124 reviews
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  • Performance
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  • Features & Styling

Preferred For : Daily Commute

48% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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Rahul Rawat
Rahul Rawat 3.8 28 May 2019

I have been using Jupiter for more than 2 years. I am quite happy with it.Mileage - Good almost same as Activa~45 Km/pl in city conditions.Comfort- Mu ...Read More

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute | Occasional Commute
Gets mileage of : 45 kmpl
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Raj Viru
Raj Viru 1.8 15 Apr 2019

I Have Bought TVS Jupiter Classic from Kaleido Motors near Pheonix Mall, Bangalore. This is not giving Mileage only. We get only 30- 35 Km/Ltr . Never ...Read More

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 33 kmpl
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Srinivas Kayyur
Srinivas Kayyur 1.8 12 Apr 2019

I own a Jupiter TN66 T1360, purchased 2 years ago in coimbatore. I bought this after test driving Jupiter, Access, Activa and finalized Jupiter due to ...Read More

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
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The claimed ARAI mileage for the TVS Jupiter petrol is 62 kmpl.

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